Welcome to the Port Lands Website.
Waterfront Toronto, the City of Toronto and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority continue to work together to revitalize the Port Lands. Current efforts build upon the work completed in 2011 and 2012 as part of the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative.
This website is designed to act as a portal for information related to the ongoing efforts underway to redevelop the Port Lands. It is designed to keep you informed, allow you to continue to participate and provide you with up-to-date information on the various projects underway.
Public consultation will continue to be an important component of the revitalization of the Port Lands. Community meetings will be held throughout the process to ensure that the general public has an opportunity to participate and provide input and feedback. Stakeholder Advisory Committees comprising residents, businesses and other interested parties will also be established to provide a forum for feedback, and to provide guidance and advice to the project teams at key points during the projects.
Port Lands Charrette
The City of Toronto, with Waterfront Toronto, hosted a two-day design charrette on July 23rd and 24th, 2014. Charrette participants were tasked with generating ideas to be used as the basis for creating a vision for the Port Lands iconic Ship Channel and to identify ways to increase/improve public access south of the Ship Channel. The ideas generated during the charrette have been synthesized in a summary report and the core ideas will be used to inform a number of ongoing planning efforts in the Port Lands.
Port Lands Acceleration Initiative Phase 2 - Progress Report
The purpose of this report is to identify the progress achieved in 2013 and 2014 on the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative (PLAI), specifically with respect to flood protection, area planning, infrastructure cost estimation and funding. The report will be before the Planning and Growth Management Committee on June 19, 2014.
Villiers Island Precinct Plan
Waterfront Toronto, in collaboration with the City of Toronto and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, is developing a precinct plan for the Cousins Quay Precinct, now Villiers Island. A public meeting was held on Thursday, May 15 and presented a draft vision, draft guiding principles and several different options for how the precinct could be developed.
Public Meeting Materials:
- Villiers Island Precinct Plan Meeting Notice
- Villiers Island Precinct Plan Presentation
- Villiers Island Precinct Plan Display Panels
- Villiers Island CCM 1 Summary Report
- Villiers Island SAC/LUAC Meeting Summary
Port Lands Planning Framework and Transportation & Servicing Master Plan
Community Consultation Meeting #1 – Summary Reports
The Summary Report for Community Consultation Meeting #1, held on November 28, 2013, is now available. Click on the link below to read the report. Meeting summaries from the Land Users and Owners Advisory Committee (LUAC) and Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) are also available for review.
- Community Consultation Meeting #1 Report
- LUAC November 21 Meeting Summary
- SAC November 21 Meeting Summary
Workshop - March 5, 2014
A workshop was held on March 5, 2014 as a further opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on the different options for land use, transportation and municipal services for the Port Lands that were presented at the community consultation meeting held on February 13, 2014, at the Fire Academy.
Community Consultation Meeting #2 - February 13, 2014
The second consultation was held on February 13, 2014 to present the different options for land use, transportation and municipal services for the Port Lands for your feedback, which you can still do online (until February 28th).
- February 13 Public Meeting Notice
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Port Lands Planning Framework Boards
- Transportation and Servicing Master Plan Boards
- Discussion Guide
- Discussion Questions
- Community Consultation Meeting #2 Report
DMNP Notice of Pre-Submission
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Waterfront Toronto, and the City of Toronto, are amending the Don Mouth Naturalization and Port Lands Flood Protection Project (DMNP). The co-proponents are releasing the draft EA report for stakeholder and agency review and comment in advance of the formal submission to the Ministry of the Environment. It is anticipated that the final EA will be submitted to the MOE for review and approval in early 2014. The complete draft DMNP EA Report (2013), including all appendices, can be accessed online at www.trca.on.ca/dmnpea. We are requesting that your review be completed within the period ending on February 7, 2014.